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  1. Hello guys hope all are well, I'd like to show you my project for 3D printable miniatures that I have just launched; https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/568025447/3d-printable-miniatures-for-tabletop-and-rpg-games?ref=9faem8 They are a selection of 6 models inclduing a Dragon, Drake and Kirin with a forest/woodland theme along with a Dragon head dice tower, all the best guys
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    Elven Miniatures for RPGs

    Thanks mate, I had a look at Oathsworns line (not seen them before!) they are pretty cool shoes! I think what's difficult when creating something is how it appears in my minds eye versus how it appears visually to others - in my head there is an entire world where she exists as a small part, this particular character wouldn't *really* stray too far from home so survival gear etc wouldn't be something needed so design wise it just wasn't in my mind, the finished miniature aesthetically fits exactly where she should (in my mind!) I think what I might do with my future releases is write up a small paragraph about the character(s) so that others can (hopefully) say ahhh, that makes sense that he/she has "x" weapon and no tent, or he/she has 45 tents and no weapon and so on.
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    Elven Miniatures for RPGs

    Hi Cyradis thanks :) I just took a few measurements - you can seat her on something like a 50mm square plinth without trouble, looking at it on my screen though something like 35mm plinth would suit her best. The stave is also actually 2 pieces so it's preference to assemble at full length which is just over 103mm, or the shortened length at just over 48mm in which case she will sit nicely on the resin plinth included - I added the option for full length stave should people want to mounth her on a secondary plinth giving more height if that makes sense.
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    Elven Miniatures for RPGs

    Hello guys I have just seen this has been posted on my behalf and I feel I need to have some input here regarding comments; Regarding her ankles; this has been fixed on the 75mm scale model in my KS update #5 and was a result of my poor posing, at the end of the day I'm human and miss judge things sometimes, being bound to a computer screen for countless hours can blind you to areas when working and ideally should have been picked up earlier, however I have recognised the problem and fixed this. The 35mm miniature sits at the correct angle for the ruins on her resin base, that first image is a render on a default platform. Going forward these are all valuable things I will learn from and bring with future products. Regarding her comming through as a being a "pointy-eared bimbo in very high-heeled shoes" that's an end user perception that I cannot control, however I will note that she is in fact a highly intelligent spellcaster capable of commanding magic well beyond the average mortal, heels or otherwise. Regarding; "(Not certain what Kickstarter thinks about such intangible rewards)" Project has been green lighted by KS so any problems would have been flagged, the reward is a little extra thanks in addition to the minis for backers helping me get my business really going, they get a physical item and an extra cheers from me. Regarding " Man when I saw the title of this KS, I was ready for some great D&D elf minis not Sailor Stripper," I respect that she won't be everyone's cup of tea as we all have our own perspective on art, one mans mage is hooded top to toe in heavy cloth, another mans mage is free to wear what he/she wants. Thanks for the comments, all the best guys.
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